Holiday rentals and lettings in Enniscrone

Holiday rentals and lettings in Enniscrone

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Holiday rental for 2 people, with garden, child-friendly in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 2 people, with garden, child-friendly
1 bedroom150m to the beach
4.2
(764 reviews)
from £46 / nightFREE cancellation
Holiday letting for 3 people, with garden, child-friendly in Enniscrone
Holiday letting for 3 people, with garden, child-friendly
1 bedroom400m to the beach
4.5
(241 reviews)
from £95 / night
Holiday rental for 6 people, with ocean view in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 6 people, with ocean view
3 bedrooms550m to the beach
5.0
(2 reviews)
from £128 / night
Holiday rental for 6 people, with garden, with pets in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 6 people, with garden, with pets
3 bedrooms350m to the beach
from £188 / night
Holiday rental for 8 people in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 8 people
4 bedrooms300m to the beach
3.8
(5 reviews)
from £1,115 / nightFREE cancellation
Holiday rental for 12 people, with garden in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 12 people, with garden
5 bedrooms40m to the beach
5.0
(16 reviews)
from £338 / night
Holiday rental for 7 people in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 7 people
3 bedrooms850m to the beach
5.0
(4 reviews)
from £89 / night
Holiday rental for 7 people, with garden and view in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 7 people, with garden and view
3 bedrooms500m to the beach
4.7
(33 reviews)
from £147 / nightFREE cancellation
Holiday rental for 8 people, with garden in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 8 people, with garden
3 bedrooms500m to the beach
5.0
from £127 / night
Holiday rental for 10 people in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 10 people
650m to the beach
4.3
(465 reviews)
from £63 / night
Holiday rental for 3 people, with garden in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 3 people, with garden
1 bedroom80m to the beach
4.5
(166 reviews)
from £91 / nightFREE cancellation
Holiday rental for 2 people, with view and garden, child-friendly in Enniscrone
Holiday rental for 2 people, with view and garden, child-friendly
1 bedroom150m to the beach
4.7
(701 reviews)
from £85 / night

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Highlights in Enniscrone

  • Beautiful coastal village
  • Interesting historical sites at every corner
  • All types of activities for visitors of all ages
  • Delicious dishes filled with all the village’s flavours

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Internet 4
Pets allowed 2
TV 5
Garden 3
Parking 5
Washing machine 5

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Holiday lettings prices Enniscrone

£202for 13 Aug - 20 Aug
£221 annual average
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Holiday lettings availability Enniscrone

< 1%for 13 Aug - 20 Aug
57% annual average
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Enniscrone

Beautiful houses near the sea

Do you want to spend a holiday surrounded by the tranquil sound of the crashing waves? Visit the beautiful Irish county of Sligo and head to the small seaside village of Enniscrone. Having wonderful properties in every corner, finding a modern rental close to all the best attractions or a relaxing letting on the outskirts of the area won’t be a difficult task. Rent the settlement that catches your attention the most and enjoy a holiday accompanied by the ocean breeze on the wonderful coast of Enniscrone.

Lovely settlements with all the best amenities

Featuring spacious gardens, breathtaking views and friendly pet policies, the charming residences of Enniscrone will be the ideal complement to enjoy a peaceful break abroad. Whether you want to stay inside and enjoy the warmth of the living room, want to make the most out of your garden playing with your dog all day long or just want to experience a relaxing stroll on the nearby beach, the town's rentals and lettings guarantee you the most comfortable and charming stay. Come alone, with your couple, friends or family and create amazing memories that you'll cherish forever.

Holidays in Enniscrone

The area and getting around

Nolan's Castle, a sight to the past

Standing on a small ridge overlooking the coast, Enniscrone Castle holds great value to the heritage and legacy of the village, making it an outstanding landmark every tourist must visit during their stay. Built-in grounds where previous fortifications were constructed, this abraded structure is a perfect example of 17th-century semi-fortified houses erected by noble families who wanted a comfortable place to live in while staying well-protected. Passing through different owners and surviving numerous historical events, these ruins uphold an array of battle marks that make this landmark an interesting site as well as a beautiful building. Head to Rosewood Court and learn about the history of the village while you enjoy the spectacle of colours that Enniscrone Castle and the landscape of the village bring to Sligo County.

The captivating views and many wonders of Enniscrone Beach

Featuring a 3-mile stretch of soft white sand and wonderful crystal clear waters, Enniscrone Beach is one of the most visited spots of the village, presenting diverse activities that all type of visitors would love. Starting with the most active recreations, surf and stand-up paddleboard schools are very common on the coast of Enniscrone, welcoming with open arms residents and tourists that are interested in joining the fun. Tone down activities such as wildlife sighting and fossil hunting are also frequently practised in the area, offering a fun alternative to visitors who enjoy peaceful and relaxing experiences the most. Check out the possibilities, plan an afternoon full of the recreations you like the most and enjoy a beach day as you've never done before. This holiday, the shores of Enniscrone are your best ally!

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Enniscrone for families

In addition to the beautiful coasts of the village, Enniscrone presents a variety of attractions parents and children can enjoy together to create amazing memories this holiday. Offering huge amounts of fun within four walls, WaterPoint, situated on Pier Road, is the best venue to enjoy a fun time with your kids. Crammed with heated pools of all depths, water inflatables, soft play areas and thrilling slides, birthdays, parties or full days will be an experience of joy for you and your loved ones. Presenting another indoor option, Leisureland Arcade, located on Bridge Street, features a myriad of slot and poker machines as well as traditional fair games that will give hours of entertainment to all your family. Ultimately, introducing an outdoor recreation, The Hollow's Playground, besides featuring the standard attractions, offers marvellous games and courses such as crazy golf, bouncy castles and ball ponds. Having excellent entertainment venues for all ages, Enniscrone is the best destination to enjoy a fun holiday with your children. Choose the activity that caught your attention the most and prepare to enjoy!

Enniscrone for couples

Enniscrone also features amazing activities for couples who want to rekindle their chemistry, enjoy a break or just want to experience a romantic holiday abroad. Considered one of Ireland's best golf courses, the 18-hole circuit of the Enniscrone Golf Club presents a peaceful yet challenging experience where both of you will enjoy beyond measure. Having practice areas, caddy and buggy hire as well as catering facilities and a full bar available, couples from all around the world will be able to enjoy a complete golf experience. The pubs and bars of the village are great alternatives for the night. Having live music, theme events, grand varieties of drinks and delicious pub grubs, an enjoyable evening is more than guaranteed. Visit the best options in the area, Ropers Pub or Mary Ann's Bar, and get the party started. Come to Enniscrone and live beautiful moments with your partner that you'll cherish forever.

The Irish phrase Inis Eascar Abhann, which means the island on the sandbank in the river, inspired the name of Enniscrone.

Top 5 travel tips in Enniscrone

1.Turn back time in Enniscrone's historic sites

For those interested in archaeology, the stunning village of Enniscrone houses many remains of Bronze Age structures, which serve as a test case for the advancement of civilisation and are interesting sights of the area. Most of the remains are located in the same field where the ruins of the Enniscrone Castle stand, giving the countryside a historical vibe thanks to the two megalithic tombs, which date back to 5500 BC, and the ring fort on-site, which dates back between 500 and 1000 AD. Likewise, two ring forts can be found in the neighbouring villages of Carrownedin and Carrowcarden, adding sightings to this incredible historical tour. Enjoy a holiday on the Irish coast and feel like you've travelled back in time thanks to the ancient sites of the village.

2.Enjoy a little visit to the Mermaid Rocks

South of the village, in the outskirts of Enniscrone, visitors can found the Mermaid Rocks, positioned on a circular form exuding an ethereal and magical essence. As part of an ancient legend, it is said that Thady Rua O'Dowd, head of an important Irish clan at the time, found a beautiful mermaid in the same place, whom he later married. The man appropriated her tail and hid it so that his beloved wife would not be anxious to return to the sea. Living happily, the couple had a total of seven children, who years later had to say goodbye to their father, who had to leave the area as wartimes were approaching. Full of life and curiosity, the couple's youngest son soon discovered the hiding place of his mother's tail, who, on his son's instructions, dug it up and found it again. Together with her tail, the desire to return to the sea came back, making the mother gather her children to accompany her on the voyage to the sea. Resting at the top of the hill, the wife soon realised that she was not going to be able to complete her mission. For this reason, at the very place where she met her husband, she turned five of her children into stones. She took two by the hand to the coast, turning one more to stone at the bottom of the hill. When she reached the water, she placed the youngest snugly inside her cloak and swam joyfully out to sea to meet the friends of her youth. All that remains of this event are these six stones near the shore, making this sighting a unique and magical experience for any tourist. Take some time out of your holiday and discover a little more of the Irish lands along with their grandiose legends.

3.Feel renewed with Enniscrone's seaweed baths

Being the quintessential experience of Enniscrone, the seaweed baths of Kilcullen's House are a 100-year-old treatment that tourists must experience to complete their holiday in the village. Mixing soothing temperate waters with Iodine-filled oils, these traditional baths relieve all the pain and symptoms caused by rheumatism and arthritis. Locals and visitors can also compliment their baths with massage therapies and steam sessions, which enhance the benefits, gives them a deep feeling of relaxation and helps them shake all the stress of their routine. If you want a restful break abroad, come to the marvellous coast of Enniscrone and don't hesitate to try the unique experience that the seaweed baths of Kilcullen's House can offer.

4.Explore the coast with the village's walking trail

Perfect for beginners, Enniscrone's coastal path offers tourists a unique and active way to explore the village with a 3.7-mile short walk. Starting at Enniscrone's Pier, the route initially follows the seafront of the village to continue on the Carrowhubbock North Road. Taking a turn, the trail goes onto the Main Road, from which the path becomes circular and finds its way back to the village's pier. Strategically positioned in the most scenic locations of Enniscrone, this route is ideal to admire the panoramic views of Killala Bay. Take a couple of hours from your day to explore the wonderful coast of Enniscrone and be amazed by the outstanding beauty of this Irish village.

5.Delight in Enniscrone's dishes

Having an excellent option for every taste, the restaurants and cafes of Enniscrone will swiftly become your favourite spots in the village thanks to their superb dishes. Providing tourists a delicious sample of the cuisine of Ireland, the locales of Gilroy's Bar and Áit Eile Restaurant as well as MaGumbha's are fancy and affordable options of the village that create unique plates with local products. Ideal for those who are craving some international food, the establishments of Burger Alley and Royal Dragon serve incredible American and Chinese dishes that are definitely worth a visit. Lastly, offering light alternatives, the eateries known as Blue Water Cafe and Gala Restaurant are the best choice for a quick bite on the go. Visit the restaurants and cafes of Enniscrone and end your day of fun and excitement in the best way possible.

FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Enniscrone

How much does it cost to book a holiday rental in Enniscrone?

Enniscrone has an average price of £175 per night, which is a relatively high one among the cities in Ireland.

When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Enniscrone?

If you would like to save the maximum amount during your visit to Enniscrone, book to go there in August (£143 per night on average), May (£144), or April (£151) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

When are holiday rentals more expensive in Enniscrone?

When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Enniscrone, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, February, November and December with average prices per night of £211, £204, and £201, respectively.

Is Enniscrone a good location for a spontaneous getaway?

When visiting Enniscrone, it is necessary to be proactive, as 72% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.

What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?

In the previous year, the months with the largest number of properties available in Enniscrone were February, March, and November with average availabilities of 57%, 54% and 50%, respectively.

How many holiday lettings are there in Enniscrone?

Our inventory is made up of approximately 20 properties from 3 partners.

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